1. In Mexico, a wave of political murders eats away at democracy

    By: Lizbeth Diaz ACAPULCO, Mexico (Reuters) - Guarded by more than a dozen police officers equipped with semi-automatic rifles and donning a helmet and bulletproof vest, Ramiro Solorio looks more like he is leading an armed raid than running for local political office. But in parts
  2. Bodies Found in Mexico's Resort City of Acapulco: Latest String of Violence

    By Monica Sager The bodies of four men and two women were found strangled and in a pile in Mexico's once-glamorous coastal resort of Acapulco. Authorities found the bodies on a street late Monday with the victims' hands bound behind their backs, as reported by the Associated Press.
  3. Full list of 10 most dangerous cities in the world - with 5 in the same country

    By Antony Clements-Thrower Brits planning their summer holiday destinations might want to take a peek at the ten cities across the world that are said to be the most dangerous before visiting a travel agent. Mexico might offer everything a tourist wants from a break including clear
  4. Acapulco's Eugenio Derbez on How He Had to 'Reinvent Himself'

    By H. Alan Scott "Humor in Mexico and in the U.S. is completely different. So, I had to reinvent myself." For Eugenio Derbez, making the transition from being one of Mexico's most recognizable faces in comedy to the American market was not easy. "We don't laugh at the same things.
  5. Alex de Minaur of Australia Successfully Defends Title at 2024 Mexican Open #Sports #Tennis #ATP #ATPTour #MexicanOpen #Acapulco #Mexico #AlexDeMinaur #Australia
  6. AppleTV+ Sets Premiere Dates for Acapulco , The Big Door Prize , Dark Matter , Franklin , Loot , Presumed Innocent and Sugar #TVPost #TV #Entertainment #Apple #AppleTV #AppleTVPlus #Acapulco #TheBigDoorPrize #DarkMatter #Franklin #Loot #PresumedInnocent #Sugar
  7. Zihuatanejo Receives Acapulco's Victims of Otis & Its Tourists

    While Acapulco remains temporarily devastated from Hurricane Otis and is mostly unable to receive the tourists who visit during the Christmas and New Year's holiday season, Zihuatanejo is receiving not only some of Acapulco's displaced and homeless people, but also many of its to
  8. ‘Alien corpses’ back on centre stage in Mexico congress

    By Graig Graziosi “Aliens” are once again getting serious face time with Mexico 's congressional leaders. On Tuesday, the legislators spent hours listening to " journalist " Jose Jaime Maussan and a group of Peruvian doctors he assembled to present their findings on alien skeletons th
  9. #Acapulco was caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.